It's a numbers game.  Don't expect to get results working leads unless you are ready to work through plenty of them.  That means buying a list and working through 100 leads and then deciding whether or not they were any good isn't a big enough sample size to make your final determination.  Results with MLM Leads requires not only patience with your expectations, but also coming to the full realization that QUANTITY is what is going to bring you the result you are looking for in your recruiting efforts.  Don't even commit unless you're willing to commit.
You have your day.  During your day you have little gaps.  Each day you fill in some gaps with a few calls here and there.  You make the decision to not go to bed every day until you did 20 reach outs picking up the phone and calling a lead.  The rest of the time you're doing warm market, Facebook, other meetings...whatever it is you do every day in your business.  You take the 20 a Day challenge and at the end of the year, look at your result.  All you did was fill in the gaps of your time with leads...calling 5200 people or so during the next year.  How many people could you recruit...in a addition to what you do during your main prospecting time.  How many new customers would you have??  The numbers would create the result.
I am a Network Marketer myself and I think I have seen more than enough in this industry. I have struggled and experienced all the pain in getting the right people to join my business or buy my products. I've spent a lot of money on getting leads, buying solo ads, buying this and buying that just to grow my business. But I came to realize it, all doesn't work... the tendency is, you can buy leads but how many people have the same list of leads as yours? Now, have you experienced calling bought leads? - I DID! Nobody ever answered me. It was very difficult I must say.

Virtual Assistants. “There are many virtual assistant companies and individuals available to help you with your seller and buyer calls. I struggled through three of them and was ready to throw in the towel. Then I found an amazing company that trains well and is very well scripted and constantly improves. I hired them and have been with them almost six years with the same person. They will become an integral part of your team when utilized properly. They all charge differently. I personally spend between $125-$135 per week for six to eight hours of calling. This produces approximately 12-18 leads weekly for me so two to three per hour counting the sourcing time they have to do. They send me on a daily basis fully filled out property information sheets. This assures you that you’re only speaking with quality leads that want to speak with you.”

Leads may come from various sources or activities, for example, digitally via the Internet, through personal referrals, through telephone calls either by the company or telemarketers, through advertisements, and events. A 2015 study found that 89% of respondents cited email as the most-used channel for generating leads, followed by content marketing, search engine, and finally events.[2] A study from 2014 found that direct traffic, search engines, and web referrals were the three most popular online channels for lead generation, accounting for 93% of leads.[3]
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